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About the Module
The purpose of this session is to learn best practices in the bid process. To do so, every event owner and host in the situation must understand what the other is looking for.
This module begins with two panels; one for event owners and the second with three city representatives. Each presenter will discuss what they are looking for, how they present their story, and the reasoning behind it all.
Following these presentations, discussions, and questions and answers, a case will be presented. Participants will be divided into small groups to discuss the case and decide on the most important elements.
Small groups will then be asked to report on their recommendation to the class.
Each participant will be asked to submit a brief paper on the implementation of lessons learned.
This module marks the last of a series that began in April 2002.
Our first online module, due to roll out in January 2016, will be the first in the revised CSEE course of study.
- Expanded repertoire of best practice skills
- Awareness and use of leading-edge industry knowledge and applications
- Recognition of achievement from the industry and professional peers
- Influential peer to peer networking and personal camaraderie
- Demeanor of personal accomplishment and confident leadership
Since its inception in 2002, CSEE has been the only certification available for experienced sports event professionals seeking continuing education and professional development in the field of sports tourism. Certification can be earned in as little as two and a half years for grandfather participants and four years for standard participants. CSEE designation is awarded to individuals who have successfully completed eight modules (five modules for individuals with grandfather status). Learn more.